Loving Ordinary Life is written for us: living, emotional people.
We all want to live a happy life, but we can easily fall into a state of despondency. We prefer to smile, but more often we frown.
We like being inspired, but most likely, we can’t recall the last time when we were.
There are many books and courses about self-motivation and inspiration. You might have heard hundreds of platitudes and affirmations. Each of them sounds valid but their utility is limited when you actually find yourself stuck in a pit of pain and despair.
Loving Ordinary Life is meant to make a functional difference. It’s not a treatment for depression. It is about living a life where depression has no place.
Loving Ordinary Life is your guide. It is designed so that you can open any page and find the inspiration to act and improve your life when you’re feeling down.
Each chapter in Loving Ordinary Life is a tool for moving from a negative idle state to a positive proactive state. It displays to you the art of being present, free, and genuine every day.
If you want to be more fulfilled and enjoy life more, if you’re open to quality changes, Loving Ordinary Life will become your loyal companion.
Everything is within your power. You are the master of your life. How you experience it depends only on you. Take the lead.
I was sent this book for my honest review.
If anyone on here knows me personally, you’ll know I suffer self hate from time to time. There are times where I can’t stand myself and I feel like I’m getting nowhere in life. I would constantly go to others for guidance and I’ve never felt comfortable talking to someone.
I just had to find the one thing that did make me comfortable. Reading. When I was asked to review this book, I couldn’t turn it down. I knew deep down it could really help me learn to love and appreciate myself.
Loving Ordinary Life is beautiful. Positive. Inspiring. Just look up any positive adjective in the dictionary and it would describe this little book.
You can get through this book in one sitting. AKA you can read it as often as you need to. I’m honestly probably going to keep this book on my night stand and read something out of it everyday.